Next month is The Al Shira’aa Hickstead Derby (22-25 June, 2023), where some of showjumping’s biggest names will compete before packed crowds at The All England Jumping Course in West Sussex. There’s also plenty of showing to enjoy and scurry driving, plus lots of entertainment for the whole family.

Tickets are now on sale, but if you are unable to attend, or want to follow the action on days you aren’t visiting in person, there are ways to tune in remotely. Read on to find out how you can join in on the Hickstead fun from the comfort of your own home.

Where can I follow the action?

All the classes from the Longines International Arena will be shown free of charge on Hickstead.TV and on ClipMyHorse.TV. It will also be available on demand on ClipMyHorse, but for subscribers only. Membership costs from £13.75 a month, with a free 30-day trial.

Highlights of the Al Shira’aa Derby will be shown later on Sky Sports, with the date and timings of this broadcast to be confirmed.

Last year was the 60th running of the Derby, with the title class won by Ireland’s Shane Breen. Held on the Sunday afternoon of the show, the Derby course includes the 10ft 6in slope of the Derby Bank, the notoriously tricky Devil’s Dyke combination, and one of the widest water jumps in the world.

This year Shane will be trying his very best retain the trophy, but he’ll face tough opposition from the likes of five-time runner-up, Harriet Biddick. Harriet has an impressive record at the All England Jumping Course, and last year she added to her many wins with another victory in the British Speed Derby, which is held on the Saturday of the event.

To view the full timetable, visit

Lead image credit: Hickstead – Boots and Hooves Photography

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